Antonio Muñoz Vico
Antonio Muñoz Vico is a senior associate in the Intellectual Property Department working in the areas of Telecommunications & Media and Sports & Entertainment.
He has extensive experience in the field of copyright and art and entertainment law, advertising, unfair competition, honor, privacy and publicity rights, the right to information, freedom of expression and creation, among others.
He provides recurring advice to individuals and legal businesses in the culture and new technologies industry and has a great deal of expertise in the publishing and music industries. He is a regular speaker at well-known professional forums such as LÍBER, ADAL, BIME, FICOD, Adigital, Comisión de Arte y Derecho de la Unión Internacional de Abogados (UIA) and Factoría Cultural.
He teaches various postgraduate courses at prestigious universities (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Universidad Complutense, Universidad Europea de Madrid, ESIC, Universitat de Barcelona-EAE).
Antonio Muñoz Vico is a founding partner of Laboratorio de Ideas sobre el Libro, a member of DENAE and member of the Madrid Bar Association. Before joining Garrigues, he worked as a stagiaire at the Directorate-General for Justice, Freedom and Security of the European Commission in Brussels.
Degree in Law, Universidad de Granada;
IP studies at the London School of Economics
Master’s Degree in Business Law, Centro de Estudios Garrigues and Harvard Law School.
Antonio is co-author of the book “The Copyright in Question” (*) and author of numerous articles and publications including: “Praise and Criticism of the Collective Management of Copyrights: A Spanish and European Look” (International Journal of Intellectual Property Management, 2015); “Books and their legislative framework: present and future” (*) (Laboratorio del Libro, 2015); “Ramírez de Lucas: disclosure of an unpublished work” (*) (El País, 2014); “Copyright management” (*) (Manual de Estilo Chicago – Deusto 2014)”; “SABAM vs SCARLET: new guidelines of the Court of Justice in regulating the liability of ISPs” (*) (Revista Aranzadi de Derecho del Deporte y el Entretenimiento 2012), and “The right to honor, privacy and publicity in danger” (*) (Revista del Consejo General de la Abogacía, 2010).